March 2023 Editor’s Letter: Dreamland

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Editor-in-Chief Mojeh Izadpanah discusses regional game-changers and wardrobe heroes in the March 2023 Editor’s Letter

“We strive to continue to bring convenience to the working woman,” the young entrepreneur Nikita Patel tells us this month. “As life becomes a finite commodity, our primary goal is to be a one-stop-shop for women at all stages of life. We want to continue to build our own community while acting as a home for all the other amazing existing communities.” Along with sister Rhea Patel, the duo are just two more smart, strong women who are re-imagining the region’s landscape. And in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8th, we met with a collective of women who are each working in their own unique way to amplify the meaning of the word ‘community’; an initiative that is close to my own heart as this month we celebrate one more year of MOJEH, and most importantly, one more year of our community of incredible women.

Taylor Hill stars on the cover of MOJEH’s March issue, out now.

The new season fashion mirrors this idea with pieces that are determined, resolute and certainly not for the faint-hearted. Personal favourites include lots of luscious lime, high-energy florals and exaggerated everything from hyperbolic hips to all-engulfing ruffles and oversized zips. The overarching sentiment: slip into something that is as bold and brave as you are. Our trend report, Break Free, provides everything you need for the months ahead. On the cover, Cartier’s latest high jewellery reveal dazzles in the most dynamic and other-worldly of ways. Step into a new dimension and never look back. Go on, I dare you.

Editor’s Highlights

FAME: Andy Warhol in AlUla is part of Arts AlUla’s expanding visual arts programme and brings together some of Warhol’s most iconic works, including portraits of Elizabeth Taylor, Muhammad Ali and Dolly Parton. An exciting feat for AlUla’s burgeoning art scene. FAME runs from Feb 17 to May 16 at Maraya, AlUla, Saudi Arabia

Dior’s latest launch, Petites Fleurs, makes for an enchanting intro into summer. The poetic design, punctuated by flowers in bewitching colours, all at once pays tribute to the couturier’s passion for botany and lifts any outfit that might otherwise feel lacklustre. Shop now

Editor’s Picks

Accents of silver will be my go-to this month to take my outfits from day straight into the night. High jewellery for the win on everything from laid-back shirts to eveningwear.

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